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Former QVC executive gets 2 years in prison for embezzlement, fraud scheme


A former QVC executive was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in federal prison for perpetuating a $1 million fraud scheme that enabled him to live a luxury lifestyle.

James D. Falkowski, 42, of Buffalo, N.Y., worked as a director for QVC, where he was tasked with enhancing the West Chester, Pa.-based television shopping networks brand and reputation in the entertainment and fashion industries.

But federal prosecutors said that without QVCs knowledge or approval, he instead used his role to embezzle and fraudulently obtain from the company over $1 million worth of money, goods and services, such as hundreds of thousands of dollars of first-class travel, hotel and resort stays, spa treatments.....Read More

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    Why does that guest keep using the word "fabrication" as if to mean "the fabric from which something is made."
    It does NOT mean that. It actually means a deliberately-constructed lie:

    "Theresa May's statement in parliament was a total and utter fabrication."

    Pippa Gordon's squealing excitement at finding a thumbhole in her garment was a fabrication.
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    Same when they use “malleable” when describing the soft nature of a leather handbag. My understanding of malleable is something that can be hammered into shape.

    As for Me, Myself or I, I give up. They make themselves sound ridiculous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICS MUM View Post
    Same when they use “malleable” when describing the soft nature of a leather handbag. My understanding of malleable is something that can be hammered into shape.

    As for Me, Myself or I, I give up. They make themselves sound ridiculous.
    Don't you want to buy a nice Kipling buttery soft, malleable handbag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICS MUM View Post
    Same when they use “malleable” when describing the soft nature of a leather handbag. My understanding of malleable is something that can be hammered into shape.

    As for Me, Myself or I, I give up. They make themselves sound ridiculous.
    Malleable (adjective) - (of a metal or other material) able to be hammered or pressed into shape without breaking or cracking.
    OR we could go with the alternative meaning - easily influenced; pliable.
    "they are as malleable and easily led as sheep" to which could be added QVC presenters & many of their customers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twilight View Post
    Malleable (adjective) - (of a metal or other material) able to be hammered or pressed into shape without breaking or cracking.
    OR we could go with the alternative meaning - easily influenced; pliable.
    "they are as malleable and easily led as sheep" to which could be added QVC presenters & many of their customers.
    I think "pliant" would be more apt.

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